Weekly Christian Education

Our Sunday School has classes each Sunday at 9:30 am for Adults and Children;  following Sunday School is our 10:30 worship service and a Children’s Church and the Catechesis program. A synopsis of each class…

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Regular Service Times

We welcome you to join us for one of our regularly scheduled services. Our schedule of services beginning August 24, 2015 is: Sundays 8:00 am Holy Communion 10:30 am Holy…

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VBS 2016 Registration Now Open!

Vacation Bible School 2016 is July 19-22! Vacation Bible School for children 2 to 11 (entering 6th grade) this summer will be July 19-22 from 9:15 am to noon. Register, pay and donate below. Adult…

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Robert Brewer

Robert Brewer serves as Collaborative Pianist and Interim Instructor of organ and harpsichord at University of Texas at San Antonio; Instructor of organ and harpsichord at the University of St.…

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Battle of the Pianos: May 15, 6 pm

This exciting concert features the dueling pianos of Jane Perkyns and Shannon Hesse. The program includes selections from: Ritual Fire Dance Manuel de Falla (1876-1946) Gavotte and Musette Joachim Raff…

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Rogation Sunday???

Rogation-Days

by Mathew Fenlon, Senior Associate Rector It’s something that happens every year–but why? What is the basis for it? As Christianity spread and as people, cultures and nations converted to the faith, the things which previously bound them–which they worshiped more out of fear than anything else–were supplanted by new Christian traditions. Before Christianity, it was common for pagans, at the time of the planting and at the time of the harvest, to walk in procession around their fields entreating the elemental spirits and ancient gods to give them a favorable crop and thereby sustain their lives; if they did not do this, they believed that they might face the consequences of serving false-gods. As people came to believe that the teachings of the Scriptures revealed the one true God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, these old traditions were reformed and from that reform came the tradition of the Rogation Days leading up to the Ascension of Christ to His Heavenly Father. No longer do those who believe in the gracious and loving God personified in Jesus Christ need to…